FAST FIVE: State-Backed Doping Strategy Imposed On Chinese Athletes, Former Doctor's New Book To Release Before Beijing Olympics
In fact, Luo Weiwei, a doctor for the Chinese women's volleyball team, has been studying the use of doping since 1980.
In November 1987, Xue published an article in a gymnastics magazine, analyzing the case of Li Donghua, who was an athlete of the Chinese gymnastics team, after doping continuously for one month.
Artificial Insemination for Androgens, Abortion After Winning a Medal Besides having athletes dope, Yang also recalled a case about the CCP enhancing athletes' androgens through artificial insemination.
In 1995, Deng Yaping, a multiple world champion in table tennis, was artificially inseminated before competing in a world championship.
China's Den Yaping in action against South Korean Kim Hyon Hui (not pictured) during the women's team event at the World Table Tennis Championships in Manchester on April 29, 1997.